Saturday, March 28, 2009

The week has flown by. I made a trip to the library this afternoon and could not find any books that took my fancy. So...I went into the children's section and checked out 2 Nancy Drew mysteries. And, 'Gift of Gold' by Beverly Butler. And, two books by Carrie Bender. Such a treasure I found in that section...something I never knew existed...'Aunt Jo's Scrap-bag. by Louisa May Alcott. So it will be light reading for me, but just the perfect reads for the coming week. Hopefully!

I also tried to located a Mary Konior? tatting book with no success. Oh well...I've got an excess of tatting patterns as is. Wishing anyone who stops by a lovely Sunday.

As I was preparing for Sunday School tomorrow...I absolutely loved the truth in this verse. " ....he is just, and having salvation" Zechariah 9:9 Only Jesus could be the sacrifice for our sins, only he qualifies to make that statement ...'he is just, and having salvation. I am so thankful to be saved. Think of all the people who have already lived and died without believing on Jesus Christ as THEIR Saviour. Oh how forever sad. My hope is that God will help me open my mouth and be a better witness for him. Now is the time to seek God..while we can and may.


TattingChic said...

Oh, Mary Konior's books are very hard to find as she wrote 4 and 3 of them are out of print! You can get her most current one called "Tatting With Visual Patterns" at handy hands tatting for about $20. Pretty reasonable when you take into consideration that the ridiculous seller online are pricing them at $98 for a USED paperback edition! HELLO!!!

Hope you stop on by for my 1st Blogoversary/100th post celebration! I'm even having a giveaway! Do come on over! Everyone is invited!!! :)

bennie and patsy said...

There is no one but the Lord to Revive us. That is a good idea about the childrens books. I will have to do that.


I have never heard of that book you spoke of either. I will have to see if I can find it.

I love the verse! I, too am so thankful for Salvation. so sad that so many have rejected His free gift. What a great loss!!! Hope you are doing well, dear friend. connie

Suzy said...

Hello Maggie Ann~
It's nice to meet you and thanks for stoppin' by my blog!
I accepted Christ as my savior over 50 years ago at the age of 7and continue to witness for Him.